Your home's pipes transport massive amounts of water each and every day. Over time, general wear and tear can cause leaks or damage, which requires extensive and expensive repairs and replacements that can disrupt the flow of your life. However, by completing a few simple acts of maintenance, you can extend the lifespan of your home's pipes, ensuring that your plumbing works properly for as long as possible.
Maintaining Your Plumbing
Keep in mind that besides the below methods, you should also inspect your plumbing semi-regularly to check for leaks or damage. Once a month should be more than enough. This allows you to identify problems early and call a plumber to fix them before they turn into disasters.
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9 March 2015
When you go to work everyday, do you dread working with difficult customers? If you are like most people, you might have your least favorite folks picked out by name. Fortunately, you can avoid being "that guy" for your plumber. There are a few things that you can do to make your plumber's job a little easier, including cleaning out under the sink and staying away from the chemical drain cleaner. It might not seem like much of a contribution, but a few changes can go a long way for your plumber. Read through my blog to find out more helpful tips!